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OR - if you must go the shim route - sand a new saddle down until you are left with a shim - it'll be the same material so should sound ok!
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Originally posted by Cldplytkmn fingernail clippings
Toenail clippings work better, it just takes a little longer to save them up.
What I do, is after I've saved enough of them up, I put them in the coffee-grinder till they're ground fine, then mix them with epoxy so that they're formed into little narrow strips, about the width of the saddle.
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shims should be the same material as the saddle or the bridge. shims should be glued to the saddle and sanded to fit. Better to replace the saddle unless it's old ivory then use the same material as the bridge.